Tag: merits review

Wrong place, wrong time: The next logical step in environmental, planning and climate change jurisprudence

BY MATT FLORO AND JASPER BROWN

On 8 February 2019, Chief Judge Preston of the NSW Land and Environment Court (LEC) handed down his landmark decision in Gloucester Resources Limited v Minister for Planning [2019] NSWLEC 7 (… Read the rest “Wrong place, wrong time: The next logical step in environmental, planning and climate change jurisprudence”

Public Accountability over major mining projects in Queensland

BY NARELLE BEDFORD

The Adani mine has become synonymous with the ‘lawfare’ debate and issues relating to the suitability of review of mining decisions by courts. The first of the judicial review actions relating to Adani resulted in a consent Read the rest “Public Accountability over major mining projects in Queensland”

Fairness and Efficiency in the Migration ‘Fast Track’ Process

BY MARIA O’SULLIVAN

Case law dealing with migration has been highly influential in the development of administrative law in Australia, particularly in relation to procedural fairness. The High Court has developed a robust set of procedural fairness principles in the … Read the rest “Fairness and Efficiency in the Migration ‘Fast Track’ Process”

Administrative law and Centrelink’s “robodebt” system

BY MATTHEW BUTT

Centrelink’s new online system to streamline the identification and recovery of overpayments detected through data-matching became fully operational in July last year. It automatically sends a letter to current or former social security recipients in cases where … Read the rest “Administrative law and Centrelink’s “robodebt” system”

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